There are no current paid opportunities at the Montana World Affairs Council.
The Montana World Affairs Council is always looking for talented, hard-working student interns to support the development and implementation of our programming.
For more information, please contact Nikki Geiszler at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why intern for the Montana World Affairs Council?
Contacts: An internship at the Council will expose you to many cultures and allow you to meet representatives from countries all over the world. As a Council intern, you will rub elbows with local policy makers and foreign diplomats while also gaining exposure to the Montana academic and business communities.
Community: A Montana World Affairs Council internship will allow you to interact daily with other people who feel passionately about global issues and international education. Your fellow intern, MWAC staff, and visiting speakers are all similarly excited about exploring our place on the world’s stage.
Credit: You can receive university credit for your internship through your major or minor department. Council staff are happy to help you work the internship into your field and provide you with relevant professional development opportunities.
Montana World Affairs Council (MWAC) internships are unpaid, but most students will earn college credit for their internship. Each intern will have duties specific to their skill set in the office and some duties that are shared.